Museum of Freemasonry - Masonic Library

No. Anyone who has an interest in community service, freemasonry, books or libraries are welcome to become volunteers.Training is provided.

No, we have books on many other subjects.

Whilst we do have a lot of books on and about masonry  we have quite a number of books in the following categories;

Anthropology, Archaeology,

We have a Lending Section of approximately 1200 books and a Reference Section which has approximately 3,500 books.

You do not have to be a man to be able to volunteer in the library. Anyone, male or female, who can regularly commit to at least 2 to 3 hours a week can become a volunteer. Full training

If you have not completed reading the library book by the time it is due for return, you can extend the lending period by telephoning or contacting the library by email.

Provided the book is not required by another member, the lending period can be extended by the duty librarian.

No, you do not have to be a freemason to be able to use the library. The library is a public library so anyone can come in browse through our collection, sit and read a book, magazine or

No, we have magazines and other periodicals. We also have sheet music, as well as many VHS video tapes, CD's and DVD's

Yes. There are two computers and a printer which may be used by anyone visiting the library.

The two computers and related equipment were donated by Lodge Kellerman.

Yes. Whilst there are some areas in the Museum of Freemasonry where you can not take flash photographs there is no restriction about taking photos in the library. In fact we encourage it.